Cartoon Network has been producing many great cartoon shows in the past few years for kids of all ages. One of their longest running franchises in recent times is “Ben 10,” the story is about young Ben Tennyson, his cousin Gwen, and their grandfather Max who discover a mysterious watch-like device called the Omnitrix during a camping trip. Like all 10 year old kids, Ben realizes the only course of action is to battle aliens and right the wrongs of the universe by transforming into aliens. It’s only logical.
Coming out in Spring 2012, Ban Dai will be continuing their popular Thundercats figures in an all new way!
Nintendo will soon be allowing downloadable content sales on the 3DS via eShop microstransactions, but only to enhance games that are worth their original asking price. American boss Reggie Fils-Aime spoke with Game Blog recently, and understands the common complaints of many game buyers when it comes to DLC.
There are not enough shirts to honor “Metroid” these days. Sure, there are plenty of fan-fictions that honor Samus Aran, and those are best left unread unless you want to know what else those meddling metroids like to suck on. The folks at Destructoid have just released this minimalist green shirt featuring the face, or practically the entire body, of one of the creepiest aliens ever in a video game.